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from nbc news, this is and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey, everybody, it's thirsty thursday. it's november 10th. that is "faith" by stevie wonder and ariana grande. isn't that a funny combo? let's listen for one second. ? i got faith ? >> i got faith.
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>> look who's liking it. look who's over in our kitchen. we have lori laughlin and her darling daughter making her acting debut in a new hallmark movie i hear. >> congratulations. >> look at their smiles. and their eyes. >> wait, look. >> she got the blue eyes though. i don't know. >> father, right? >> gorgeous. >> all right, that's enough of that. we'll see you guys in a little bit. are you coming over to talk with us? >> yes. >> we have a fantastic show for you today. here. >> you think you're the only one, lori? >> the star of "16 candles" and "breakfast club," all grown up and a mom of three. with another classic 1980s film she's bringing back to life. >> her role may surprise you in that. it's thursday. that means louis and jill are on the plaza to pick our ambush makeover ladies. they've been getting primped and pampered with transformed beautiful new looks. >> and we head into a kitchen with a pair of hunky chefs.
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>> did he just eat a sweet potato? >> they're going to show us how to impress your guests on thanksgiving with show-stopping sides. >> all right, so lori and bella, so tell us about that hallmark movie. >> it's a christmas movie, it's on this saturday night. >> is it a whole like six weeks of christmas, every day on hallmark? >> it's christmas every weekend, every night on the hallmark channel right now, it's a countdown to christmas, but we have our show on saturday night. >> i play a talk show host. >> what do you play, sweetie? >> i play just a girl in a small town who helps her. >> who loves christmas. >> who wants to be a talk show host. >> you're like so many other women out there. thousands of them. dreaming. our job. >> bella. >> and some day you get 'em, good for you. >> well, we wish you best of luck, bella. >> have you always wanted to be
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started to love it more. >> i tried to discourage her. >> merry christmas to you both. >> we love you guys. >> that will be on the hallmark channel, 8:00. >> 7:00 central this saturday night. >> with that fabulous bill abbott, yes, yes. >> love bill abbott, love him, he's our guy. >> take care. >> bye, guys. >> so modern family's julie bowen, or is it bowen, addresses her rumored feud -- aren't they always rumored, with sofia vergara. >> a lot of times when people see twle assume it's a cat fight. anyway, julie was on "ellen" yesterday and ellen was saying it's unusual that everybody seems to get along on that show. this was julie's response to that. >> it's a great cat and everybody really likes each other. >> we genuinely do. every now and then i get a caller, an e-mail, that says so-and-so trash mag will be running a story that you and
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you're jealous of her fame. i e-mail her last night and then we talk and i'm, like, what should i say? because we're friends. she goes, please, just borrow my blouse so i'm borrowing her blouse. >> i don't know why they just assume. we don't hear about it as much with men, you know, that they're not getting along. i just -- i love coming to work every day knowing i'm going to be >> me too. >> i signed for this job for one year. >> and how many years has it been? >> yes. >> because of my hoda woman and everybody here that i love so much. you become a family. not you. no, no. all of you. amazing group of people. >> producers say one of the things they get asked the most about us is are they really friends, like off the show, are they really friends. >> i know. >> it's so funny because for us it's like natural, it's like breathing of course and everybody else wonders is this one hour pretend and then when
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>> who wants to live like that? >> not me. >> huh-uh. >> no thank you. >> all right, so -- >> megan markell, you know who she is? >> isn't she harry's -- >> harry's new love interest. beautiful girl. >> and kate middleton. >> yes. >> she's adorable. she's on the show "suits" in case you wonder how we know her. >> they were seen wearing the same dress. >> let's see. >> why are we talking about it? >> because it's important. >> what? >> well, one's a long version. >> it's the same cut but one's long and one's short. >> okay. >> it's a dvs, diane von furstenberg dress. >> it's beautiful, it looks great either way. >> kate could wear it either way and so could -- >> look at this skirt. this megan markell, she can wear anything. >> the palace is confirming she and harry are a couple. >> i think that's fantastic. i wish people would leave them alone and just let them. >> yeah, there are people who are apparently being very cruel to her on social media and the palace is slapping back saying back off.
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biracial? >> yeah, i mean -- >> so what. >> aren't we in 2016. >> hello, i thought we were. that's ridiculous. but love will overtake everything, right? >> yes, it does, yes, indeed. >> so there's a study, oh, another study, women have better memories than men, did you know that? >> i don't know if it's true. >> it's online, the journal of menopause, so it must be true. >> there's a journal of menopause? >> there is now. frank used to say to me because he's been married three time, i've been through menopause three times. >> by the way, you have an incredible memory. >> so far. >> my memory's horrible but yours is really good. ?? >> what is it? oh, no. ? so it's the laughter ?
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>> there's a big note. ? whatever we ? all right, that's enough, i'm getting old. been through menopause three times. >> that is funny. >> yeah. >> they found women between the ages of 45 to 55 found they outperformed men. however, after menopause, women experienced more forgetfulness and brain fog. what? >> it's all about your hormones. you know. yeah. >> we have a new trend. >> babs is still singing. god love her. >> we have a new quick trend and it's called long hair. >> come on out. >> so harper's bazaar says there's an ultralong hair making a mark on the fashion world that women like the kardashians and our own donna. >> and morticia adams long before anybody else. >> i feel like i need to do this look. >> yeah. >> now turn around. >> so are they wearing wigs or wearing extensions?
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>> i know. i wanted to live out my blonde fantasy. >> hey, guys, donna said fantasy. >> oh, yeah. >> all right, you look beautiful, we love you, thank you. >> i don't know. think it -- >> it reminds me of morticia adams. >> i know. we initially had darker lipstick and we were like, that's too much. >> how about old school for i-hoda? let's take it back. let's take it way back. i-hoda old school. hit it. it's called "take your time, do it right." ? take your time do it right ? ? we can do it baby ? ? do it tonight ? ? baby we can do it ? ? take the time ? ? do it right ? >> are they talking about what i think they're talking about? >> it's whatever you imagine. yeah, yeah. >> we, okay. ? we can do it baby ? >> yes, but they must have
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that's the chorus. i gave you the chorus. you say give me the chorus, i deliver. see, this is the part i like. horns. you got to have a horn section in a good song. we want to give a big shout-out to some auction winners who actually paid money to see our show. >> dane and jennifer here? >> dane and jennifer are here. they paid good money. >> why? >> they paid good money to see us. we're happy to have you guy, thank you so much. >> ladies thank you for coming. they were at the derek jeter foundation dinner and they're terrific ladies. ladies, thanks again. >> you can find all of i-hoda's stuff, why you'd want it anyway, on apple music. hoda is on her radio station sirius on monday and wednesday and you can even listen to our show on sirius on 108 i think. >> you're going to be very busy. >> the third annual greenwich restaurant week begins tomorrow but the festivities kick off tonight. >> what? >> yep, i'm going to be at the j
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tonight with my stuff for an exclusive opening night cocktail party. it's going to be fun. we're going to be pairing my stuff with some signature dishes and lots of other local restaurants are participating. it goes all weekend long. it's a lot of fun. >> it's a beautiful event. get ready for our amazing ambush makeovers reveal. >> and counting down to thanksgiving with some souper sides that will make your meal -- oh, it's going to take it to a level that you're not even -- you're >> i'm feeling. >> what's with the mustache? >> ask his wife about it. >> we'll be right back. after this. yeah, that stuff only lasts a few hours. or, take mucinex. one pill fights congestion for 12 hours. no thank you very much, she's gonna stick with the short-term stuff. 12 hours? guess i won't be seeing you for a while. is that a bisque? i just lost my appetite.
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we're getting you ready for thanksgiving all month by pairing up amazing chefs to help you prepare an all-star thanksgiving feast. >> it's the battle of the midwest sides. from minneapolis, minnesota, we have gavin kaysen, executive chef and own earn of spoon and table. >> stable. you got it wrong last time. >> yes, i'm already winning this battle. >> what is the name of your
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>> spoon and stable. like where the horses go. >> that makes sense. >> all right, go on. >> and from chicago, illinois, congratulations by the way on your cup. >> thank you, thank you, my pleasure. >> jeff mauro is the executive chef pork and mindy's. >> it's mork. >> can we start over? >> we'll start with the sweet potato chips. >> i'm making my soon to be famous maple bacon sweet potato chips, all right, it's all often baked. fun way to present this traditional flavor of sweet potato. we're going to use a mandolin. have you ever used a mandolin here? >> hoda, maybe not. >> no, not for me. >> you always want to look at the mandolin. you don't want to be like, someone grab the phone, what's on fire, right. so you get these beautiful little kind of things. and lay them almost like fish tails. baking sheet here. get it, like fish scales. then some melted butter. straight right from the cow. and then some maple syrup. so easy. we were going to whisk it
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with a medium sized whisk. not a giant whisk. >> why is medium -- >> i don't know. that's definitely -- and then we're going to paint it liberally. right. we're going to get crazy with this. we want every little kind of surface exposed -- >> without messing it up though because it's a thing of beauty. >> just pour it. >> pour it on and boom, all right. >> now what? >> season it, salt and pepper, it high heat, about 425 for 20 minutes. >> boom. >> and then we have it beautiful like this. and we got my famous pork and mindy's pig candy here and we're going to sprinkle that on top and you're going to get that kind of crunch from some toasted pea cans and a little color from the fresh parsley on this. i encourage you to serve this at the table and you can kind of peel a little bit off and get -- >> like a little nacho. >> that's so good. >> that's delicious. >> but healthy. pretty healthy. >> no carbs. >> what are we making here? >> the opposite healthy.
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curds. >> oh, my gosh. >> saute garlic. add a little spinach. >> that always cooks down to almost nothing. >> i know. >> you're the chef. >> i need some salt and pepper in there. >> he got it. >> there's your pepper. >> oh, that's good too. >> put that in your pocket, we'll save that for later. we took that down and it wilts to this. spinach earlier. >> the whole studio was filled. this is some cream, shallot, garlic, bay leaf. >> can you substitute like low fat milk? it's not the same, i know. >> no. >> sorry, i thought i'd ask. >> it's a good try. >> yeah, i appreciate that. >> okay. >> so then we're going to put this over a double boiler. >> yeah. >> we're going to add some egg yolks.
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>> yeah, keep going there. don't burn it there, chef, huh? >> i'm trying not to. >> appreciate that. whisk that up. a medium size whisk. in minnesota, we like to go a little bit bigger. there we go. and then we have -- thank you, thank you. and then we're going to fry these cheese curds. we bread it. traditional breading method, egg, flour, bread crumbs. >> what are cheese curds? what kind of cheese do you use? >> just cow's milk. >> the purest form. >> just cheese. >> fine, why do i even care? >> we can call it something fancy. >> thank you. >> cheese curds. >> real quick. >> then we put it on top like that. >> this is going to clog a few arteries. >> here you go, here you go. >> i've had this -- i've had this dish at spoon and table and it's unbelievable.
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dishes, november 23rd, we're having a prethanksgiving celebration on the plaza, it's going to be huge, 30 chefs. these are obscene. take a look at the befores. these ladies are ready to debut their ambush makeover. >> do you hear buzzing? bobby's here with new tools. right after this. i don't use super poligrip for hold, because my dentures fit well. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum and it was uncomfortable. even well fitting dentures let in food particles. just a few dabs of super poligrip free is clinically proven to seal out more food particles so you're more comfortable and confident while you eat. so it's not about keeping my dentures in, it's about keeping the food particles out.
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it's judgment day. back seat chefs peer inside your oven. but you've cleaned all baked-on business from meals past with easy-off, so the only thing they see is that beautiful bird. go ahead.
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up with speed on the local tools we need for getting pretty from cool new tool, flirt. they're called flash lash apply indicator. there are mini strips inside this. i'm going to roll. it dispenses that teeny strip. what you do is apply a swipe of glue and then it also acts as a placement so then you click it. and something else really cool, baddington lashes, great idea, they have -- many lashes are advance now with 3-d layers. so this looks way more realistic. they have lots of lashes made of silk. check them out. awesome product. next up, i'm just in love with this line. igk hair. look at the packaging.
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even better, the formulas. check out their new umbre sprays. if you don't want to commit, just spray like hairspray some golden ombre highlights in your hair. you can get a little purple kind of mixed in. >> it just washes out? >> this whole line is color? >> it's not all color. but they have, like, 30,000 feet is their volume shampoo, dirty spray is one of my favorites. >> that's hoda's favorite. >> it's texturizer. honestly, a really cool brand, i love this. and fast concepts here. if w perfume and lock it in so it lasts longer. fragrance lock. this is like a breathable mesh that helps slow down the evaporation process. >> what are you talking about? >> you spray your perfume on and then you spray this on. it's like a breathable mesh. so you can still smell it. >> there's so much perfume. >> or spray it in your hair. i love that. you told me that. sorry. >> and then our new trend where in 10 to 20 seconds you can get the same benefits of a mask that's 10 to 20 minutes.
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not rinse them, and you get that kind of mask moisturizing bonus. it's a quick way to get a mask. >> waiting 20 minutes. here, let me see. >> it just disappears. >> look how soft bobbie's skin is. >> love our girl. >> the wait is almost over. we're going to reveal these lady's brand-new looks coming up. >> and she's pretty in pink or really any color, the lovely molly ringwald is going to join
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we're back on this thirsty thursday and we're about to show you two unbelievable transformation because it's time for ambush makeover. two lucky ladies were plucked from our audience plaza and given head to toe new looks. >> courtesy our beloved "today" contributors from the licari cutler salon louis licari, la,
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and our fashionista golden girl. >> yes, she is. and we love her. >> how was it today? >> pretty sweet today. you know, again we had plenty of signs. the ambush i can only say is growing and growing. and more and more people come here specifically on this day to be ambushed. >> it's their whole modus operandi. >> yes, it is. >> who we got? >> linda jane, 52 years old from washington, new jersey. married two kids in their 20s. she's been going through a difficult time. she's taking care of some sick family members. she was recently laid off from her job in manufacturing. so her cousin had a great idea to try to get ambushed this morning. let's take a listen to her story. >> i know your so excited but this is also so important for you for your cousin. tell me why. >> she deserves a makeover. she lost her job. she needs a makeover. today's the day. >> you're starting a new chapter with us. >> yes, i am. >> we can do whatever we want. >> yes, you can.
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i need to look fabulous so i can go on interviews and try to get a really great job. >> good for her. >> she's here with her friend sherry who said she ran ten blocks and changed to make sure she looked good for this moment with the blindfold on. please keep your blindfold on for a second. here is linda's before picture. all right, linda, let's see the new you. oh, yeah. >> come on, girl. >> y >> ready. >> take often the blindfold. check out your girl. >> you look amazing! i love it. you deserve this. >> are you ready, sweet girl? >> you are gorgeous. >> right here. >> deep breath and go. >> look at her eyes. >> oh, my gosh. oh, my god. >> you look sassy. >> wow. >> it's awesome. >> i think she likes it. >> beautiful. >> i think i like it. >> louis, tell us about it.
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that's a great haircut. it's so chic. works with her face. it just frames it. it's beautiful. i love the side swept bangs. and the color. >> what do you call that, louis? >> it's like a barely there strawberry. she had highlights. highlights were great. and you did a fantastic job i'm sure. but what i did is i just wanted to make her a little brighter. also notice what it does to her eye color. they pop. >> your eyes are popping. >> i love it. >> she said she's so blessed she got chosen today. >> she deserves this. >> it's sort of antiquated you have to wear a full suit to a job interview so i wanted to give separates so you can mix and match. the top is from chicos and from talbots, the top. >> our second lady is 53 from so of suffolk, virginia.
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controller. before that she was a 911 dispatcher where she met her husband who is a police officer. they are celebrating their 30th anniversary, that's great. and they are in town celebrating. let's hear her story. >> you really begged us for this one and we want this for you. why do you want this so badly? >> i haven't had a haircut in a long time. i really want a makeover. a new look. new clot t-shirts and i want to update that. >> are you guys ready to see a whole new look? >> and she is here with that husband of 30 years, allen. keep that blindfold on, allen. so let's take one last look at mary lynn before. and bring out the new mary lynn harvey. wow. >> wowzer. >> gorgeous. >> all right.
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>> i'm ready. >> all right, take a look at your bride. >> oh, wow. fantastic. you look great. >> you gonna make it another 30? >> i'm hoping to. >> why don't you turn around, see what he's looking at. you look so pretty. >> oh, my word. >> oh, you look beautiful. >> who is that? >> that is mary lynn harvey. >> yes, it is. >> you look gorgeous. >> thank you. >> so pretty. >> look again, go ahead. >> oh, my goodness. >> it's just an hour show, it's fine. >> one more time. >> so she did. >> okay, what we did is i lightened your hair. and then i added the soft, soft minimal highlights around the front. again, your eyes pop. allison gave you this great
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hang. which is a major mistake so many people make. this lifts and almost like a mini facelift. >> so pretty. >> it's so, so pretty. >> love it, love it. >> thank you so much. >> jill what about the outfit? >> from chicos. we wanted to be able to dress up jeans because you only wear jeans. so you can mix and match. i love a faux red leather jacket for fall. >> great job. >> thank you to louis, thank you, jill. >> thank you. >> louis has a present for both ladies. >> here's your color to go, ladies so you can keep it up at home. ll fabulous molly ringwald on the 1980s classic she's bringing back to audiences. what? is he gone?? finally, i thought he'd never leave... tv character: why are you texting my man at 2 a.m.? no... if you want someone to leave you alone,
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our next guest needs no introduction but they wrote one
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>> we have watched molly ringwald grow up before our eye s in films like "16 candles" to "the breakfast club" forced to serve a saturday detention with an eclectic group of students. >> now taking on another beloved '80s film classic, this time on the stage. it's that fabulous movie we all love, "terms of endearment." but now it's a stage show and you're playing the iconic shirley macclaine role. how could that possibly be? >> i know, when i first got the call it didn't seem possible. i mean, it was a movie that i loved so much. shirley macclaine has an absolutely flawless, flawless performance. but you know, she was 50 years old we she got the academy award for it which meant she was about 48, 49 and i'm 48 so -- >> it works out. >> yeah. >> did you love that movie? >> i loved it so much. >> i remember crying so hard in
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if you want to let the floodgates open. >> yeah, exactly. our play, it's never been done as a play before. our play is a combination between the james brooks screenplay and the larry mcmertry book. we have elements from -- >> the writers. >> yeah, they're phenomenal writers. >> is that pressure because shirley macclaine played that role before you? >> i would say there's a fair amount of pressure because it was such an incredible amount of performance. i saw it a bunch when i was a teenager and made the choice not to watch it again because it would be hard not to make either single choice that she made. >> but you know because you're an actress and you've been in many films you get a chance to do it a ton of times when you do it in the film but you don't get another chance on the stage, your performance is what it is in that moment. >> you have a lot of days to explore and try different things. i'm really trying to find my own way into the character and make her a little different. she's a little bit more like the aurora in the book. and, you know, i put a lot of
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period or have you freshened what year? >> it does take place from the late '70s into the early '80s. there's less of a span of time, we don't go 30 years. we go about ten years. >> you're a mom of three. >> i am. >> your oldest is a teenager. has your teenager seen any of your movies? do you think it's weird when they're watching? >> my teenager matilda has seen "the breakfast club." she's seen all three of the john hughes films. she likes them. we did a piece for "this american life" about me showing matilda "the breakfast club" because it was significant for me to show it to her. it was the one i kept holding back. >> why? >> i thing it was really important to me and i was afraid she wasn't going to like it. it really mattered to me. she loved it. >> how much we want our children's -- not applause but -- >> approval.
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what did you say? >> you go from wanting your parent's approval to your kid's approval. >> what did she say when she watched it? >> she loved it. she really connected to it. she connected to it in a way i didn't quite expect. it still speaks to teenager because all those issues still exist. >> they still exist. >> we're so glad you came to see us. it's going to be exciting. >> "terms of endearment." she's going to be appearing live in that show at the 59th, east 59th street theater. >> it's now through december so get your tickets. >> it's probably linted, right? >> yes, yes. >> six weeks? >> six weeks. >> knock knock. >> who's there, hody? >> madeleine. >> madeleine who? i love her, she's playing a game of who's at the door right after this. it's amazing out there means
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weather. >> everything is amazing, it could be the smallest ice crystal, the biggest storm cloud. >> what does it's amazing out there mean to me? >> it means looking up and being inspired. >> even if it's just straight up blue skies. how beautiful is that. that little burst of red that happens when the sun comes right over the ocean, when it comes up in the morning. >> watching lightning streaking across the sky from one side to another. >> the re just -- it's just one of the most amazing things. >> that's what it's amazing out there is, and what it means to you mentally. and the memories you take away from that. >> and how that absolutely affects our lives, day to day, what's in our stores, what are we going to wear, what's everything going to cost. >> all those interactions that the weather has real influences on, that's why it's amazing out there. >> what it means for me is, it
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happening at the weather channel. >> what makes the weather channel's coverage unique, we're meteorologists. we know what's going on with the weather. that makes a tremendous different. >> someone walks up to you in the field and says, thanks for being here. we're so glad you were here to take us through it. >> we have a charge, we have a responsibility. we have a drive to provide information to people. to help them, help their communities, help their families stay safe. >> when you start linkinghe and the science to the data, it makes a real connection. it starts to drive home the importance of what we do. >> i love weather. >> i do love weather. >> i love the weather, i love working with people who love the weather, this is what we love to do. >> every sing emday is going to be something spectacular.
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hard to believe thanksgiving
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nbc news health and nutrition editor madeleine is here to quiz us on some of the traditional foods someone may be bringing over for the holidays. >> and which is the lower calorie option. >> we're going to have a lot of visitors coming for thanksgiving. when we knock on the door, we're going to see d compete and whoever knows which one has the lowest calories. then you ring it. this is kathie's sound and here's mine, cowbell. >> what that has to do with thanksgiving, i don't know. >> we're ready. >> oh, look, we have aunt sally who has mixed nuts, half a cup, or cheese and calories. >> which one is lower in calories? >> definitely the cheese and crackers. >> you would be right. it's about 100 calories different. >> 400 versus about 300. >> let's see who's up next.
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street genine who's got a dinner roll for us and a piece of cornbread. which one is lower in calories? >> dinner roll. >> you would be right. even though it's a white roll, about 130 calories versus 200 for cornbread. >> cornbread is also dense. >> i love it. >> cut down your portion and you can enjoy everything. no deprivation. >> who's at the door? >> come in. >> here's davey and he's got m got mashed butternut squash both made with milk and margarine. which one is going to be lower? >> i'm going to go with the orange dish. what is it, squash? >> butternut squash. the orange dish would be correct. >> i was right. >> 170 calories versus 240. both of them are starches. the butternut squash is less starchy so enjoy them all. you want to trim the calories, cut it in half. >> any gravy on that?
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know it's going to be a crappy prize. >> here's lesley with some wine. and some beer. so for five ounce glass of wine, red or white, or 12 ounces of beer, which one is lower? >> beer. >> you would be wrong because there's about 150 in a regular beer and 120 in a glass of wine. >> oh, 30 calories. >> who is it? >> oh, look, here's phil with some bread stuffing and some macaroni. >> red stuffing. vegetables and macaroni and cheese. >> you guess. >> i would say the bread stuffing because the cheese and macaroni and all the pasta. >> macaroni and cheese has about 100 calories less. >> really? >> i still want that. >> in a one cup serving. enjoy it all and just cut down the serving.
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>> all right, who's at the door? >> okay. >> who is it? >> not yet. not yet. we have our good friend. what she's got is a sweet potato casserole. that green bean casserole, one cup of each, which one is lower? >> i'd prefer that but i'm going with that. >> and you would be right. >> you got it. >> 150 versus 200. all those marshmallows. >> now who's at the door? >> we have two kinds of pie. we have pumpkin pie and apple pie. >> don't let anybody in your house who looks like this. >> which is lower? >> pumpkin or apple? >> lower? apple definitely. >> you're right about 300 versus 450. enjoy a small piece. >> a little bit of this and a little bit of that. >> thank you, donna. i like your hat. >> that was fun. >> we have a prize. >> we're ready. >> who's at the door?
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or not okay to delete ex's from social media? taylor swift and calvin harris scrubbed each other out and zac efron and ariana grande. >> i didn't even know they were together. so what did we think? take a listen. >> if you delete them from your life, why wouldn't you want to delete them from your social media? >> you're so smart. i say yes it's okay. how are you supposed to move forward if you're always preoccupied with their social >> good, girl, you thought it through. >> excellent. >> all righty. so that does it for this thirsty thursday. >> join us tomorrow for try day friday when music legend sting will perform for us. >> plus, the fabulous actress sela ward will be here. >> and the always delightful andrew reynolds.
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